This section only contains materials of the project relating to ASEAN Law & Policy. For all materials of this research project, click here.
CIL Workshop on International Maritime Crimes: Legal Issues and Prospects for Cooperation in ASEAN
CIL IMC Workshop Materials
The following workshop materials were used during the CIL Workshop on International Maritime Crimes: Legal Issues and Prospects for Cooperation in ASEAN, held on 17-18 January 2011. For more information about the Workshop, click here.
The workshop report in PDF format can be found here.
Working Papers on National Implementation of Global Conventions on Maritime Crimes
In preparation for both the Research Project on International Maritime Crimes and the Workshop on International Maritime Crimes: Legal Issues and Prospects for Co-operation in ASEAN, CIL drafted a Questionnaire (view PDF) on the Ratification and Implementation of Global Conventions on International Maritime Crimes. It then invited academics from selected countries to prepare Country Reports discussing the implementation of these conventions into their national law. The drafts of these Country Reports can be found below. Please note that these Country Reports are working papers and are subject to further revisions/amendments.
Country Reports (ASEAN Member States only):
- Indonesia’s Country Report by Sari Aziz and Ranyta Yusran
- Malaysia’s Country Report by Siti Aliza Binti Alias
- The Philippines’ Country Report by Mayla Fermina A Ibanez
- Singapore’s Country Report by Tara Davenport
- Thailand’s Country Report by Kriangsak Kittichaisaree
- Viet Nam’s Country Report by Dr Nguyen Thi Lan Anh
All the PowerPoint presentations below are only those relating to ASEAN or ASEAN Member States. They can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on the title of the presentation.
- Session 3: Global Conventions on Piracy, Ship-Hijacking, Hostage-Taking and Maritime Terrorism
– Main Presentation: J. Ashley Roach, “Global Conventions on Piracy, Ship-Hijacking, Hostage-Taking and Maritime Terrorism”
- Session 6: Regional Co-operation to Combat International Maritime Crimes
– Panelist Presentation: Mayla Ibañez, “ASEAN Maritime Security: A Proposal for Legal Cooperation”
- Session 8: Problems of Ratification and Implementation of Global and Regional Conventions
– Main Presentation: Robert Beckman, “Ratification and Implementation of Global Conventions”
CIL Book | Edited by Robert C. Beckman and J. Ashley Roach
“Piracy and International Maritime Crimes in ASEAN: Prospects for cooperation”
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
For details and ordering information, click here.